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Series 2 - SeSAFE: Seafood Industry Safety Induction Training

June 13, 2020 @ 7:10 am

This podcast groups together Episodes #01 through #05 of Series 2 discussions.  For more information on the initiative: Seafood Industry Safety Initiative.

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Series 2 - Episode #05 - John Atkinson

June 13, 2020 @ 6:55 am

Welcome to the fifth episode in the second series of podcasts focused on work health and safety in the seafood industry. This series of podcasts focus on the SeSAFE – safety training for the professional fishing industry

The fifth speaker in this series is John Atkinson, People and Development Manager at MG Kailis.   

Since 1988, John has held the role as People and Development Manager at MG Kailis. John is a values driven generalist who possesses and applies sound strategic and operational business planning skills to influence senior management to achieve business objectives. John is qualified in Business Management and Human Resources disciplines.

John can be contacted on mobile 0419 905 060 or email johnatkinson@kailis.com.au.  For more information on the National Seafood Industry Safety Initiative please refer to the Strategic Plan

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Series 2 - Episode #04 - Michael O’Brien

June 13, 2020 @ 6:45 am

Welcome to the fourth episode in the second series of podcasts focused on work health and safety in the seafood industry. This series of podcasts focus on the SeSAFE – safety training for the professional fishing industry

Our speaker in this series is Michael O’Brien, General Manager of Australia Bay Seafoods.

Michael started  working on Prawn trawlers in November 1972 out of Darwin and became a cadet Skipper the following year with Markwell Fisheries He skippered  his first vessel 3 years later. After 14 years, prawn fishing in Northern Australia moved into a fleet management position. Michael has been involved in vessel refit for many years and is now the General Manager of Australia Bay Seafoods in Darwin.

Michael can be contacted on 0418 605 512 or mobrien@australiabay.com. For more information on the National Seafood Industry Safety Initiative please refer to the Strategic Plan.

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Series 2 - Episode #03(b) - Steve Eayrs

June 13, 2020 @ 6:32 am

Welcome to the third ( Part B) episode in the second series of podcasts focused on work health and safety in the seafood industry. This series of podcasts focus on the SeSAFE – safety training for the professional fishing industry

Steve began his career as a commercial fisher in the 1980s working in the Northern Prawn Fishery, N.W. Shelf Scampi Fishery, Orange Roughy Fishery, and prawn fisheries in Saudi Arabia and Burma.

Steve was a fishing technologist at the Australian Maritime College for many years, and was closely involved in the early development of Turtle Exclusion Devices (TED) and Bycatch Reduction devices (BRD) in prawn fisheries in Australia, the Middle East, and S.E. Asia.

In 2017, Steve returned after 11-years as a Research Scientist at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute in Portland, Maine, USA, working closely with fishers and others to develop ‘win-win’ fishing gears for fishers and the environment.

Steve holds a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Fishing Technology, a Master of Philosophy Degree in Fisheries, and a PhD in Natural Resources and Environmental Studies.

Steve is the Principal Investigator to project SeSAFE.

Steve can be contacted on mobile 0472 784 530 or email seayrs@sesafe.com.au.  For more information on the National Seafood Industry Safety Initiative please refer to the Strategic Plan.

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Series 2 - Episode #03(a) - Steve Eayrs

June 13, 2020 @ 6:32 am

Welcome to the third episode ( Part A)in the second series of podcasts focused on work health and safety in the seafood industry. This series of podcasts focus on the SeSAFE – safety training for the professional fishing industry

Steve began his career as a commercial fisher in the 1980s working in the Northern Prawn Fishery, N.W. Shelf Scampi Fishery, Orange Roughy Fishery, and prawn fisheries in Saudi Arabia and Burma.

Steve was a fishing technologist at the Australian Maritime College for many years, and was closely involved in the early development of Turtle Exclusion Devices (TED) and Bycatch Reduction devices (BRD) in prawn fisheries in Australia, the Middle East, and S.E. Asia.

In 2017, Steve returned after 11-years as a Research Scientist at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute in Portland, Maine, USA, working closely with fishers and others to develop ‘win-win’ fishing gears for fishers and the environment.

Steve holds a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Fishing Technology, a Master of Philosophy Degree in Fisheries, and a PhD in Natural Resources and Environmental Studies.

Steve is the Principal Investigator to project SeSAFE.

Steve can be contacted on mobile 0472 784 530 or email seayrs@sesafe.com.au.  For more information on the National Seafood Industry Safety Initiative please refer to the Strategic Plan.

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Series 2 - Episode #02 - Clayton Nelson

June 13, 2020 @ 6:21 am

Welcome to the second episode in the second series of podcasts focused on work health and safety in the seafood industry. This series of podcasts focus on the SeSAFE – safety training for the professional fishing industry

The second speaker in this series is Clayton Nelson, General Manager Policy and External Relations with Austral. 

Clayton Nelson has been involved in the Australian Fishing Industry since 1980 when he went to sea as a deckhand in the Northern Prawn Fishery. Clayton progressed in the fishery to being a Master of a new 25M trawler in 1985. In 1997, he became a partner and Executive Director of ASX listed Deep Sea Fisheries Ltd, and Director Operations for Tiger Fisheries Pty Ltd.
During that period, Clayton served on a number of Commonwealth Fisheries research and management committees and was previously the Chairman of WAFIC (WA Fishing Industry Council). Clayton now holds the role of General Manager Policy and External Relations with Austral.
Clayton is an original member for the SeSAFE Steering Committee to assist with the transition of the Learning Management System program from Austral Fisheries to SeSAFE.

Clayton can be contacted on phone (08) 9217 0131, mobile 0417 928 413 or email cnelson@australfisheries.com.au.  For more information on the National Seafood Industry Safety Initiative please refer to the Strategic Plan.

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